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“He was the kind of guy that spent a lot of time at his own winery, but almost an equal amount of time helping other people around the region… The greater Niagara community is in profound mourning.”
Pender, 54, is remembered through his work at Tawse and Redstone wineries. He leaves behind several children and grandchildren, and his wife Allison Findlay, the winemaker at?local winery Flat Rock Cellars.